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EuroPython 2022 will be held in Dublin! The capital of the Republic of Ireland, one of Europe’s biggest tech hubs, is a lively city with extraordinarily rich and diverse food, culture, history and art lovers - the number of museums and restaurants can certainly tickle most tastes.

As per EuroPython tradition, we shall walk around, chat, laugh and explore the city together. If you are not the “walking-type”, let the convenient public transportation network work its magic for you!

The CCD Venue

The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) is the home of EuroPython 2022. It is located at the heart of Dublin near the river, a stone’s throw from the tech cluster in Silicon Docks, and a 10-minute walk from the city centre.

The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD)
Spencer Dock
North Wall Quay
D01 T1W6.

Come to the Conference

You can find detailed information on how to get to The CCD here.

By Plane

Dublin Airport (DUB) is approximately 6 miles (10 kilometres) north of The CCD. You can travel to/from The CCD by car, taxi or bus.

  • From the airport, you can take the 702 bus and reach The CCD in about 20-30mins (depending on traffic). The ticket costs around €10. Get off at the Clayton Hotel stop and it is a 5min walk to The CCD.
  • Dublin Express also offers a direct service to and from the airport, stopping at Custom House, which is a short walk from The CCD. Prices vary around €10 to €15 .
  • Taxis to The CCD from the Dublin Airport would cost around €15-€30 (Depends on traffic). There is a taxi rank outside Arrivals.
  • Free Now is a recommended taxi app.

By Sea

Frequent ferry services to the UK and mainland Europe for both passengers and freight are within easy reach of The Convention Centre Dublin. Dublin Port is just minutes away, while Rosslare Harbour, with regular ferry services to Wales, France and Spain, is located just 2 hour’s drive from The CCD.

By Train & Bus

There are National Train and Bus services running between various Irish cities and Dublin. Some useful links are:

By Car

AA Roadwatch provides regular updates on traffic and weather conditions on major routes throughout Ireland. You can also plan your journey with AA Routeplanner or Google Maps. LiveDrive on 103.2 Dublin City FM also gives live traffic updates during peak drive time.

Parking at IFSC


For any COVID related information in Dublin, please refer to our dedicate COVID Info page and the Government public health measures.

Tourist Tips: Around Dublin

  • You can buy the Freedom Ticket card for ~€45. You have 48 hours for the “Hop on/Hop off” tour and 72 Hours for using the Dublin Bus Network. This includes the 16, 41 routes from Dublin Airport to City centre, Go-Ahead Dublin public buses, Luas, Dublin Area Rapid Transit (in Dublin area only).
  • Another option is to buy a Leap Visitors Card. It gives you unlimited travel over your selected time period on Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland routes in Dublin, Luas, Dublin Area Rapid Transit and Commuter Rail. You can travel to and from the Airport at the start and end of your trip without any additional charge. For 24 hours the price is €10, 3 days is €25 and 7 days is €40.